Since PRP therapy is still considered an experimental treatment, there are very few insurance companies that cover the costs for treatment. While the cost for the P-Shot varies from clinic to clinic, treatment typically costs between $1,900 and $2,200.
A 2018 plastic surgery statistics report indicated that the average doctor fee for PRP procedure was roughly $683. This did not include the other associated costs.
Risks and side effects
As stated in the 2019 NIH study, there was no evidence of any harmful side effects found in the small group of study participants. This means that researchers cannot rule out the possibility of harmful side effects neither can they claim that PRP is a safe treatment for ED until more is known.
In the clinical trials conducted, the number of participants was too small for there to be a conclusive answer. What we do know is that PRP is unlikely to cause an allergic reaction because the platelets are derived from the patient’s own blood. In general, the potential risks associated with an injection of any kind are, infection, nerve damage, pain and tissue damage.